When you "purchase" the Bound Item enhancement, it applies to one item at a time. Whenever you gain a new level (and your APs refresh), you can switch your bond from one item to another.With the Action Point Enhancement Bound Item, how many items can be bound? As many as the character wishes? A new one at each new level? Only one - the character must take one more time the enhancement to bind a new item ?
Sweet! How is it going? Does Legacy of Fire using the PF ruleset or 3ed? Just out of curiosity, what rules are you using from TB and PF?Big debate with my players here... We just finished the second chapter of Pathfinder Legacy Of Fire and with their shiny new 7th level, my players are feeling ambitious...
They are.-Are the Concentration checks just 1d20+caster level? If so, why does under the Undead traits it says "Uses its Charisma modifier for caster level checks"?
Absolutely. You can make anything Elite or Solo, even the PCs if you want to roll like that. (... Actually, that's a really good way to buff up a character for a single-PC one-on-one game.)-Can the Elite and Solo template be used with classed NPC's?
I think saying so would not be controversial. After all, the TB book saysDo other modifiers to Touch AC, like the monk's extra AC (class and Wis) are added to the calculation of Combat Maneuver Defense?
Touch AC is all those things. Size modifiers too! And deflection gained from protection from evil.Combat Maneuver Defense = Touch AC + Melee Attack Bonus + Maneuver Modifier
They figure into the Touch AC part, as Eric Anondson said. So, they should already be a part of CMD.Do other modifiers to Touch AC, like the monk's extra AC (class and Wis) are added to the calculation of Combat Maneuver Defense?
You would be correct. Though only when you can take a Combat Reaction (still have one, have acted this combat, and aren't surprised; or still have one and have Combat Reflexes) and can retain a Dodge bonus to AC.How about this question. Can you use a Combat Reaction to Dodge, adding the dodge bonus to AC (and thus touch AC) so as to boost your CMD? I would say yes.
Use BMB checks instead of Spellcraft! 1d20 + BMB + Key ability + Class Features + Misc. vs. DC.On a related note, any thoughts on how to convert True Sorcery's spellcaster class to Trailblazer? It's a bit odd... spells are learned as feats, spells are cast with spellcraft checks, and casting deals subdual damage rather than burning slots. I honestly have no idea how to convert it to the unified BMB system (but would really like to, for multiclassing purposes).
Yes.Perhaps I read it wrong, but would a cleric 10/wizard 10 be able to cast 9th level spells of both classes?
That's an error. Ignore the second entry.Also: The cleric ends up having 4 domain spells from spell levels 1 to 5, yet he only gets access to 3 domains. How does this work?
Pretty much. A lot of the PrCs (Mystic Theurge, Eldritch Knight, etc) were solely meant to "patch" the problems with multiclassed spellcasters. The base magic bonus lets you accomplish the same thing without the need for a prestige class.So, essentially, the mystic theurge PrC becomes obsolete, right?